The biggest gun among unrestricted free agents was dealt just as the deadline approached, but the ultimate price sure appears to be a relative bargain. Numbers Game looks into the Canadiens securing the services of Thomas Vanek in a trade with the New York Islanders. The Canadiens Get: LW Thomas Vanek and a conditional fifth-round pick. Vanek, 30, was considered the prize of the pending unrestricted free agent class as the deadline approached. Hes scored 271 goals in 645 games since coming into the league in 2005-2006. Since his second year in the league, Vanek ranks fourth with 246 goals and hes done it with all sorts of different linemates between his time in Buffalo and, for much of this season, with John Tavares and Kyle Okposo on the top line for the New York Islanders. Vanek isnt a great possession player, some years better than others, but is so skilled and plays in an offensive role that his on-ice shooting percentage is among the best in the league over the past five seasons. In Montreal, Vanek should give the Canadiens offence a jolt, as Max Pacioretty, with 29 goals, is the only Hab with more than Vaneks 21 goals this season. Adding Vanek will give the Canadiens offence more depth and its conceivable that a finisher like Vanek can continue to produce while also elevating the production of his new linemates. A spot alongside Tomas Plekanec and Alex Galchenyuk might be a decent fit to start. An unrestricted free agent in the summer, Vanek brings a cap hit of more than $7.1-million. There have been several rumours this season about Vaneks desire to end up in Minnesota, and that may be where he goes as a free agent, but Vanek also acknowledged that a winning team sure helps in the decision-making process. If Vanek can play a significant role in the Canadiens playoff push, then perhaps Montreal will be a destination that he considers as a long-term home, but that expectation had better come with the understanding that Vanek is going to command a massive contract as an unrestricted free agent this summer. The Islanders Get: RW Sebastian Collberg and a conditional second-round pick. Collberg just turned 20 a couple of weeks ago and was a second-round pick in 2012. Hes a skilled forward with good speed who has 18 points in 75 Swedish Elite League games over the past two seasons with Frolunda HC. Hes put up a dozen points in 13 games at the past two World Junior Hockey Championships. Its hard to project a young forward getting limited ice time in Sweden to a big role right away in the NHL, so Collberg probably needs time in the AHL, which ought to be fine for the Islanders, who have quite a few young forwards coming through the pipeline. One of those young forwards, Anders Lee, the 23-year-old rookie pro out of Notre Dame, could see quite a bit of action in a scoring role down the stretch. Lee has four goals and six points in six NHL games (this year and last) and, with Vanek gone, there is room for Lee to show that he should be a part of the plans for next seasons team. The conditional picks are based on whether or not the Canadiens make the playoffs. If they hold their current playoff spot, then the Canadiens swap their second-rounder for the Islanders fifth-round pick. If the Canadiens fall out and miss the playoffs, then the deal will just be Collberg for the rental of Vanek. All told, the price doesnt seem to be nearly enough a return for the Islanders, who were out of the race early enough that everyone knew they were going to deal Vanek, but somehow appeared to overplay their hand because even if Collberg is a good prospect, that doesnt seem to match the price paid for lesser players. As a result of that incongruous fit between the Islanders asking price and what the market was ultimately willing to pay, it sure appears to have provided an opening for Montreal GM Marc Bergevin to take advantage and upgrade his team at a very reasonable price. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Vapormax Pas Cher Destockage . The Calgary Stampeders running back received the West Division nomination for the CFLs top individual award Thursday in voting by the Football Reporters of Canada and leagues eight head coaches. Air Max 720 Obj Pas Cher . -- Zach Johnson is like most players at the World Challenge, not sure whether hes still playing in 2013 or if hes in the middle of the new wraparound season that officially started in October. http://www.maxnikepascher.fr/grossiste-a...ax-90-2019.html. 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Richard Jefferson scored 20 points and the Jazz had five players in double figures to halt a four-game skid, defeating the Sacramento Kings 122-101 Wednesday night for their largest margin of victory this season. The Jazz (5-20), who had never led by more than 19 points this season, never trailed and were ahead by 24 after three quarters and stretched the lead to 28 in the fourth. They also established a season-high with 35 assists and had a season-low six turnovers against a Kings team playing without the three players it acquired from Toronto in a seven-player trade on Monday. "Weve lost a lot of close games this year, especially early in the season when we had as many as four players out," said Utahs Gordon Hayward, who had 17 points. "When we have our whole team here its a different story. This was our best game this season for sure." The return of Derrick Favours and Marvin Williams to the starting lineup certainly helped. Favours (sore lower back) and Williams (sore right heel) each missed Saturdays bitter home loss when the Kings rallied in the fourth quarter and won in overtime. "That was in our minds right from the tip off. We owed those guys," Hayward said. Favours had 17 points, seven rebounds and three blocks for Utah, which shot 54 per cent and scored over 100 points for only the sixth time this season. The Jazz were 13 of 23 from 3-point range and looked good at times on the defensive end, blocking eight shots. Alec Burks had 15 points for Utah and rookie point guard Trey Burke contributed 11 points and nine assists. Jeremy Evans also had 11 points and Williams added eight points and five assists. "They didnt feel us for 1 second on the floor tonight," Kings coach Michael Malone said. "Its disappointing, but the challenge tomorrow is to get our new guys to practice and them get acclimated to us as a team.dddddddddddd" The Kings new players -- Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray -- cant play until ex-King Greivis Vasquez passes his physical, which is expected to happen Thursday. "Thats huge. Its difficult to be short-handed in this league," Utah coach Tyrone Corbin said. "They are skill guys who are going to help them." DeMarcus Cousins had 17 of his 21 points in the second half and added 11 rebounds for the Kings, who had their modest two-game winning streak snapped. Cousins had two early fouls in the opening quarter and surprisingly didnt play again in the first half when he logged just seven minutes. Isaiah Thomas had 20 points and seven assists for Sacramento, which has played 14 of its first 20 games at home this season, going 4-10. Jimmer Fredette and Derrick Williams each had 13 points, while both Marcus Thornton and Jason Thompson added 11. Jefferson scored 13 points and Hayward had 11 in the third quarter when Utah thoroughly outplayed the Kings. The Jazz hit six 3-pointers and outscored the Kings 38-26 to take a 96-72 lead going into the fourth. Jefferson connected on three 3-pointers in the third quarter, the second giving Utah a 79-59 lead at the 6:25 mark. "We were a little crisper (on offence)," Corbin said. "It always looks a lot better when the ball goes in the hole. Guys feed off that." The Jazz ran their offence effectively in the opening half when they shot 58 per cent and had 19 assists. Favor and Enes Kantor both had eight points for Utah, took a 58-46 lead into the break. NOTES: Malone got a technical foul in the third quarter following a no-call against Cousins. . The Jazz played the first game in a stretch that has them on the road for seven of eight. . A fan favourite, Fredette had nine of his season-high 13 points in the fourth quarter. . Utah improved to 2-10 on the road. ' ' '